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Old 02-22-2011, 10:07 PM   #21
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Here is a question I asked someone about putting a tang in a small tank. This guy is one of the best I`ve heard on marine science. I would believe him ten times more than any LFS. Read it and see.
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Ya I guess it woudnt be worth it I had alot of trouble trying to catch my damsel fish
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wow..is that yours? you have that thing loaded up! it looks good. btw, i already see 3 tangs. i think that's more than enough.
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Catching a damsel is no where near catching a tang.. damsels are dumb.. dumb like horses, tangs seem to know when your out to get them.
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